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Debt Collectors Jobs in Kenya 15 Posts

We are a HR Consultancy based in Nairobi with a presence in the major towns in Kenya. We are seeking 15 debt collectors who will manage our client’s debt portfolio in the microfinance industry. We are receiving applications for 10 Field collectors and 5 Tele-Collectors. The Tele-collectors will be stationed in Nairobi.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Contact debtors through email, SMS, telephone calls and field visits
  • Negotiate repayment plans with debtors with a view of full settlement
  • Manage and closely monitor assigned accounts on a daily basis
  • Establish creative and appropriate recovery measures for the assigned portfolio
  • Provide status reports and remedial procedures as will be required by our client
  • Make necessary and timely recommendations for the assigned portfolio to our client
  • Meet the set/expected performance targets on a monthly basis
  • Uphold confidentiality at all stages of the recovery process

Academic Qualification

  • Diploma/Degree in any field
  • Training in the cooperative movement and MF industry will be an added advantage.
  • High school KCSE mean grade C+ with a minimum C+ score in English and Kiswahili
  • Good knowledge of Nairobi and Kenya’s major towns
  • Computer literate

Skills/Competencies

  • Confidentiality
  • Negotiation skills
  • Analytical skills
  • Communication skills
  • Patience
  • Decisive
  • Time management skills
  • Manage a high degree of pressure

How to Apply
Applications to be emailed to collectors.kenya@yahoo.com quoting the job titles (Tele-collector or Field-Collector) not later than 15th July 2018 at 5pm. Addressed to The Managing Director, Jilmak Limited, P.O. Box 12371 – 00400, Nairobi, Kenya. Only email applications will be considered.

Strathmore University Protocol Officer Job

Reports to:  Director, University Relations

Department: University Relations and Communications

Basic job Summary:  The be responsible for the planning, organizing and promoting a range of events and conferences hosted by Strathmore University and provide counsel and direction on protocol procedures for these events.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  1. To develop and continually improve procedures, processes and protocols that ensure high quality, seamless and professional delivery of convocation and other ceremonies at Strathmore University.
  2. To provide general and specific protocol advise as requested, and from time to time recommending development, or revision of, institutional policies and procedures on protocol.
  3. To organize and take control of all aspects of the planning, organization and on the day management of specific University hosted events and conferences to ensure that the Strathmore brand is profiled correctly.
  4. Drive continuous improvement on delivery of excellent events, including post-event follow-up.
  5. Manage event-related facilities and bookings by identifying space requirements and liaising with the Administration Services Department and Schools to secure appropriate space.
  6. Develop and implement a system for receiving feedback on convocation and other ceremonies, to continually improve events experiences at Strathmore University.

Minimum Academic Qualifications:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in a business related field with a bias in communication.
  2. A Professional Qualification in Public Relations

Experience:

  1. At least five (2) years’ event management experience.
  2. Excellent event management skills.

Skills and Personal Attributes:

  1. Eye for detail
  2. Good in logistics and planning
  3. Management of service providers

Are you qualified for this position and are interested in working with us? We would like to hear from you. Kindly send us a copy of your updated resume and letter of application (ONLY) quoting Protocol Officeron the subject line to recruitment@strathmore.edu by 18th June 2018.

Due to the large number of applications we may receive, kindly note that only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Finance & Administration Officer Job in Kenya

 

Finance and Administration Officer (National Position) – NIRAS Kenya Office

Background

NIRAS Kenya, part of NIRAS International Consulting, has been active in Kenya for the last 30 years. We provide our services in the agriculture, environment, forestry and urban development sectors. Other strong working areas for NIRAS are water supply and sanitation, water resources management, climate change, energy, governance and decentralisation, skills development and health. For more information about us please visit www.niras.com/dc.

We are looking for a talented Finance & Administration Officer to join our Nairobi office team. S/he will be under the supervision of the Country Representative, and shall provide financial, administrative and office operations support to the team and projects as detailed below.

Key Responsibilities and Specific Duties

Finance/Accounting (70 %)

  • Ensure all financial activities comply and are consistent with NIRAS policies and procedures, international accounting and auditing standards and adhere to the terms and conditions of client agreements.
  • Manage a sound cash management system and ensure sufficient funds are available in the local bank accounts, office petty cash fund and office Mpesa account.
  • Compile all cash payment requests, for employees and consultants, for authorization and payment approval. Follow up accountabilities of expense and reimbursement claims.
  • Prepare monthly payroll for verification and approval. Ensure all employees’ statutory deductions and any other tax obligations are processed as per the Labor Law and all remittances are submitted to the relevant government authorities (PAYE, NHIF, NSSF, HELB etc.). Ensure all consultants’ time sheets are filled and signed and that the fee invoiced corresponds to the time worked.
  • Verify the accuracy, validity and legitimacy of all procurement and creditors payments. Check completeness of all financial documents (purchase requests, invoices, vouchers, etc.) for payment from NIRAS Kenya.
  • Verify the accuracy, validity and legitimacy of all account receivables. Ensure timely external and internal invoicing. Follow-up on payments to NIRAS Kenya and address any issues arising.
  • Maintain a schedule of regular utility bills and office licences and leases. Prepare the account payables by cheques and through electronic transfers and follow-up to ensure prompt payment before due date.
  • Maintain accurate and complete daily financial transactions records and supporting documents system, duly electronically filed and labelled for quick access.
  • Prepare monthly cash and bank reconciliations and weekly cash count reports. Ensure clear audit trail of processed transactions and their linkage to the accounting system.
  • Prepare and submit monthly bank and cash reconciliation reports for NIRAS Sweden AB and other internal management reports for the Country Representative as agreed.
  • Prepare and submit yearly returns in compliance with Government of Kenya laws (KRA). Supervise NIRAS Kenya internal and external audit and respond to queries in consultation with the tax advisor. Implementation of any audit recommendations.
  • Support project teams prepare internal or external budgets; financial reports and other finance systems operations as may be required.
  • Carry out any other tasks as assigned by the Country Representative

 Office and Operations Administration (15%)

  • Oversee administration of human resources, including but not limited to, maintaining personnel files, assisting with recruitments of office and project staff, and maintaining health and other insurance policies.
  • Ensure stationery and office consumables are replenished and purchase or procure other equipment and services as needed.
  • Manage leases to make sure they are current and amendments are processed as required.
  • Maintain finance and administration records including an asset register, consultancy contracts, various service and supply agreements.
  • Coordinate and provide administrative support for company events as required.
  • Make travel arrangements for office staff and consultants.
  • Carry out any other tasks as assigned by the Country Representative

Project Administration Support (15%)

  • Oversee project staff and consultancy contract administration and perform quality assurance checks. Ensure compliance with the Kenya labor law, statutes, regulations, and policies and with NIRAS internal policies and procedures.
  • Provide support during consultant selection process from the NIRAS database and other networks.
  • Maintain systematic filing system of company references and other important project material (in line with NIRAS system CVPT2)
  • Provide support during tendering and EOI preparations and submissions as needed.
  • Assist consultants with project contractual/administrative issues. Actively maintain records of time sheets and other relevant details of project activities for all consultants.
  • Support NIRAS Kenya staff in project administration activities including inductions, advocacy campaign activities and provide regular updates to the programme teams as may be required from time to time.
  • Carry out any other tasks as assigned by the Country Representative.

 Qualifications, Experience and Skills

  •  Bachelors of commerce degree in finance or equivalent. Professional qualifications in CPA, ACCA.
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in accounting, financial, and budget management, in similar position within development cooperation and/or international cooperation.
  • Experience from working with donors on financial policies and guidelines, payroll processing, maintaining ledgers and cash / bank reconciliations is an asset.
  • Must be highly result-oriented, self-motivated, honest and have demonstrable analytical skills.
  • Must be able to work independently, prioritize assignments, manage own time to meet deadlines and handle work pressure.
  • Excellent computer skills with proficiency in MS office (especially excel) and internet based accounting packages.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills. Able to thrive in a multi-cultural environment and growing organization.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their applications which include a detailed CV, cover letter and contacts of 3 references via email to judy.kimani@NIRAS.DK by 22nd June 2018. Hardcopies will not be accepted.

Cashier Job for Diploma Holders in Kenya

Founded in Mombasa in 1972, The Tamarind Group owns and operates some of the most successful restaurants and leisure operations in Africa. The group focuses on its original mission of continually improving the quality and value of its services, developing an excellent morale among its employees and maintaining a superior level of social and environmental awareness.

We invite you to be part of our team by submitting your application to the following role based at the Roast By Carnivore.

Roast by carnivore is your casual, dine out restaurant that offers a deliciously inspiring selection of ‘signature’ sandwiches, pulled pork/ beef and chicken, meat rich platters, fresh crunchy salads and a selection of sides & bites coupled with great customer experience.

We also serve the refreshing classic dawa (yes the original dawa cocktail was created by the Tamarind Group) other cocktails and a fully stocked bar. Roast by carnivore is proudly 100% Kenyan brand and part of the Tamarind Group.

Cashier Job Responsibilities

  • Take and check the money, give customer the correct change and Fiscal receipt.
  • Receive and process all payments for outlet guests
  • Ensure POS equipment is well taken care of and maintained.
  • Operate the cash register in compliance to the ROAST by Carnivore cash handling and security procedures
  • Settle all guest checks in the computerized system and maintain accountability for all financial transactions.
  • Compute and record totals of transactions.

Qualifications for the Cashier Job

  • Diploma from an accredited college or university in Hospitality Management
  • 3 years’ experience in the Hospitality industry.
  • Have an up to date certificate of Good Conduct.
  • Be of high integrity.
  • Experience in cash handling
  • Capacity to pay attention understand, to be sharp and alert
  • Have an eye for detail
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Computer knowledge (Word, excel, Materials Control)
  • Up to date with food and beverages trends and practices
  • Knowledge of service in a fine dining environment.

How to Apply

Apply by sending an email with your CV and a convincing cover letter to human.resources@tamarind.co.ke

The application deadline is 15th June 2018.

Due to the high volume of applications received only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Accountant Job in Kenya, KNYNER SERVICES


KNYNER SERVICES

EXTERNAL ADVERT – VACANCY

  1. JOB DESCRIPTION

Reference:

KS/FD/18/2305

Position:

Accounting Assistant

Introduction:

Our client is searching for a motivated Accounting Assistant who is an excellent multitasker with exceptional communication and time management skills.

Responsibilities:

  1. General bookkeeping and financial data entries
  2. Providing support to the accounting department
  3. Performing basic office administration tasks
  4. Handling communications with clients and vendors via phone, email, and in-person
  5. Processing transactions, issuing checks, and updating ledgers, budgets
  6. Preparing financial reports and tax computation
  7. Assisting with audits, checks, and resolving discrepancies.

Education:

CPA (K) Part II Sec IV

Skills:

  1. Knowledge of accounting principles
  2. Proficiency with accounting packages (QuickBooks, Sage and/or Pastel)
  3. Proficiency with computers software and application
  4. Verbal and written communication skills
  5. Time management and organizational skills

Attributes:

  1. High ethical standard and good conduct
  2. Ability to multitask and remain motivated and positive
  3. Commitment to working efficiently and accurately

Experience

  1. Minimum 2 (two) years in a busy accounting environment
  2. APPLICATION GUIDELINES

Contacts:

The Recruiter

Knyner Services

Nairobi, Kenya

Email: hrdkenya@gmail.com

Deadline:

June 08, 2018

Important:

Your application will be unsuccessful if no communication is received from us 2 (two) weeks after the stated deadline. STRICTLY NO CONVERSING.

Assistant Accountant Job in Kenya

Our client, a leading distributor of diagnostics, scientific and life science research products, laboratory chemicals, reagents and equipment’s are seeking to recruit an Assistant Accountant.

Assistant Accountant Job Responsibilities

  • Performs daily bank reconciliations, tracking of cash by unit and maintenance of cash reports
  • Performs Cash Management operations involving payment receipt, processing, deposits and other duties with accuracy and timeliness.
  • Assist in the controls, balances and deposits of daily cash receipts to maximize return.
  • Complete daily functions associated with account reconciliation, remote deposit capture and online banking.
  • Process payroll and maintain payroll information as per company policy
  • Coordinate payroll, compensation, benefits and employee programs
  • Pay employees by directing the production and issuance of paychecks or electronic transfers to bank accounts.
  • Payment and processing of all supplier accounts vetting all documentation and payments to ensure that they meet set requirements
  • Management of and control of cash including bank and cash reconciliations
  • Maintain an orderly filing system of relevant records and a neat, clutter-free environment
  • Comply with KRA, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions

Qualifications for the Assistant Accountant Job

  • Bachelor’s degree in Commerce or related discipline
  • CPA K
  • 2-4 years’ experience in Finance or Accounts section in a busy organization;
  • Demonstrate honesty, confidentiality and integrity
  • Should be proactive

How to Apply

To apply, kindly CLICK HERE  on or before close of business 25th May 2018.

NB: Flexi Personnel does not charge candidates for job placement.

Degree and Diploma Jobs in Kenya

Kenya Wine Agencies Packaging Analyst Job

KWAL is looking for well-organized and highly motivated individuals who are result-oriented to fill the following position:

REF-PA-05-2018-Nairobi

Job Purpose: Reporting to the Quality Specialist, the job holder will be responsible for ensuring packaging materials conform to the set standards and specification by carrying out the tests and reviewing the production process and quality management system to ensure it meets requirements.

Packaging Analyst Job Accountabilities

  • Analyse and test incoming dry goods as required by the quality management standards and make the necessary recommendations.
  • Implement the procedure on the release of finished goods to ensure quarantined products are not released until the status is verified.
  • Track all reworks through the production process to ensure completion and release.
  • Carry out inspection of imported bulk and cased goods when required and reports as necessary.
  • Work closely with production to ensure Work in Progress (WIP) complies with all process parameters during packaging and that the quality index of all products is continually improved.
  • Work with procurement department to ensure all quarantined raw materials are returned to suppliers and replaced with products that meet the required standards.
  • Monitor the daily storage and handling of raw materials, case goods to ensure they are managed in the appropriate manner through spot checks.
  • Maintain records for all supplies that do not meet the established standards and requirements and make recommendations in the review of supplier performance reviews.
  • In cases where deviations are identified, work with the operatives to establish the root cause of non-conformities and implement CAPAs.
  • Prepare and submit monthly reports on quality related problems with deliveries, production, and warehousing and customer complaints in accordance with the quality system.

Requirements for the Packaging Analyst Job

  • A Diploma in Food Science and Technology/ Engineering/Biochemistry/Microbiology.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in in a relevant filed will be an added advantage.
  • At least three (3) years’ experience as a technician in a food manufacturing or quality control environment.
  • Practical experience in use of MS packages and ERP systems.

Competencies / Attributes

  • A good understanding Quality, Health and Safety requirement in a production setting.
  • Knowledge of laboratory instrumentation and laboratory chemicals.
  • Experience in participating in the delivery of projects within a functional team.
  • In depth knowledge of the production process would be preferred.
  • Good attention to detail/eye for detail.
  • High level of integrity

Relationships and working contacts

  • Internal – Purchasing and Production departments and other staff.
  • External- Suppliers
  • Work Environment: This is role is based in the production floor or warehouse.

How to Apply

If you feel you meet the requirements for this position, send your updated CV with email & telephone contacts of three professional referees and the application letter quoting the Reference number & Title of the position as the subject to:

The Human Resources Director,

KWAL,

Email: recruitment@kwal.co.ke

to be received not later than May 15, 2018.

Do not attach any certificates/scanned documents to your application.

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

KENYA WINE AGENCIES LIMITED IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND DOES NOT CHARGE ANY FEES AT ANY STAGE OF THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS (APPLICATION, INTERVIEW MEETING, PROCESSING, OR TRAINING).

Kenbro Industries Limited Cashier Job

Cashier Job Qualifications

  • CPA II
  • Minimum 2 years General accounting experience.
  • Ability to take initiative
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize
  • Teamwork and collaboration skills
  • Must be conversant with an ERP system, SAP shall be an added advantage.

Responsibilities for the Cashier Job

  • Raise receipts for all payments made for company products immediately
  • Making Invoices and cash sales
  • Sales outlook correspondence
  • MPESA data management (Lipa na Mpesa)
  • Ensure customer accounts are updated in a timely manner with receipts and reflect the correct balances.
  • Responsible for daily cash reconciliations.
  • Making site deliveries
  • Ensure proper filing of ALL revenue collection documents like receipts.
  • Generate and print customer statements regularly for customer information.
  • Maintain proper records for reference
  • Any other duties as assigned by management

How to Apply

Should you meet the requirements as mentioned above, kindly send your CV to “careers@kenbro.co.ke” with the subject as the job title.

World Bank Program Analyst Job in Kenya,Earn over Ksh400,000 Per Month

World Bank Program Analyst Job in Kenya,Earn over Ksh400,000 Per Month

Established in 1944, the World Bank Group (WBG) is one of the world’s largest sources of funding and knowledge for development solutions. In fiscal year 2014, the WBG committed $65.6 billion in loans, grants, equity investments and guarantees to its members and private businesses, of which $22.2 billion was concessional finance to its poorest members. It is governed by 188 member countries and delivers services out of 120 offices with nearly 15,000 staff located globally.

The WBG consists of five specialized institutions: the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the International Development Association (IDA), the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). IBRD and IDA are commonly known as the World Bank, which is organized into six client-facing Regional Vice-Presidencies, several corporate functions, and – as of July 1, 2014 – has introduced fourteen Global Practices (GPs) as well as five Cross-Cutting Solution Areas (CCSAs) to bring best-in-class knowledge and solutions to regional and country clients.

GLOBAL PRACTICES & CROSS-CUTTING SOLUTIONS AREAS
The 14 GPs are: Agriculture; Education; Energy and Extractives; Environment and Natural Resources; Finance and Markets; Governance; Health, Nutrition and Population; Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management; Poverty; Social Protection and Labor; Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience; Trade and Competitiveness; Transport and ICT; and Water. The 5 CCSAs are: Climate Change; Fragility, Conflict and Violence; Gender; Jobs; and Public-Private Partnerships. The new operating model is part of a broader internal reform aimed at delivering the best of the World Bank Group to our clients, so that together we can achieve the twin goals of (1) ending extreme poverty by 2030, and (2) promote shared prosperity for the bottom 40% of the population in every developing country.

THE “SOCIAL, URBAN, RURAL AND RESILIENCE” (SURR) GLOBAL PRACTICE
The SURR GP covers a wide gamut: (i) developing green, inclusive and resilient cities; (ii) addressing the social inclusion of the poor, vulnerable and excluded groups through accountable institutions, and ensuring compliance with social safeguards; (iii) enhancing urban and rural development through supporting and managing the urban-rural transition, assisting local development through developing land tenure, management and information systems; and (iv) assisting in disaster risk management through issues of risk assessment, risk reduction (including flood management, urban drainage, coastal management, and retrofitting of infrastructure), disaster preparedness (including hydromet services, early warning systems, and civil defense), risk financing (including CAT-DDO), and resilient reconstruction (including post-disaster damage and loss assessment). A key responsibility of the GP is to provide professional expertise and operational support to other GPs to implement the WBG social policies (the WB’s safeguard policies and the IFC’s Performance Standards) to deliver sustainable development results that ensure that any adverse impacts of WBG interventions are limited and mitigated.
The World Bank Group is committed to achieving diversity in terms of gender, nationality, culture and educational background. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.

REGIONAL/COUNTRY/GLOBAL UNIT CONTEXT
The World Bank’s Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice (GPSURR) has an active work program in the Africa Region, encompassing a large number of IDA operations, a smaller number of middle-income clients, a wide-ranging advisory and analytical program, active partnerships with Regional and Sub-Regional institutions and a large portfolio of around 400 projects under supervision. The Africa Social and Conflict Unit, part of GPSURR, plays a strategic, advisory and knowledge role for the Region and the GP’s work in these areas. The Unit has around 48 staff and two major work streams: support for fragile states and conflict-affected countries; and social development, including implementation of the Bank’s social safeguards policies on resettlement and indigenous peoples. Kenya is an IDA country with an active and growing portfolio across a wide range of sectors, with a heavy focus on supporting devolution.

Supporting devolution is one of three pillars of the World Bank’s FY2014-18 Country Partnership Strategy. For the past five years, the Bank has been widely recognized as a leading development partner providing analytical, technical, and operational support to the devolution process. The Bank has mobilized around $30 million in trust fund through the Kenya Accountable Devolution Program Multi Donor Trust Fund (KADP), and established a cross-practice team, largely based in-country, to provide support to devolution focused on six key areas: (i) fiscal impacts of decentralization; (ii) county PFM; (iii) planning, M&E, and open data; (iv) social accountability; (v) devolved sector support; (iv) knowledge exchange and program management. Additional funds from donors allowed KADP to be expanded with new focus on devolution and citizen engagement, conflict prevention, social inclusion, climate change adaptation, and community-driven development. Donors have expressed interest in providing funds for a third phase of the KADP multi donor trust.
The social development team is leading the overall coordination of the Bank’s decentralization support, in close cooperation with the governance and macro-fiscal global practices. This team provides a range of analytical and technical assistance to government and non-state actors. With support from the KADP MDTF and Bank budget, GSURR-Social (i) provides overall coordination of the devolution agenda and manages the multi-donor trust fund; (ii) manages an innovative and multi-faceted program supporting citizen engagement in devolution; (iii) manages/co-manages new lending operations related to decentralization, county institution building and citizen engagement; (iv) manages technical assistance on conflict and violence prevention in marginal counties and urban areas; (v) coordinates technical assistance on devolution to devolved sectors. Devolution also brings significant new opportunities and challenges for vulnerable and marginalized groups (VMGs), and the application of social and environmental safeguards.

The Africa Social Unit is looking to recruit a local Operations Analyst for the World Bank’s Nairobi Office. The position is primarily to support the implementation of the KADP MTDF; with some part of the work program also supporting the broader social development/safeguards team. The Social Development Operations Analyst will work under the direct supervision of the Practice Manager for the Africa Social Unit and work closely with the KADP TTL. In addition, the Unit has several international Senior Social Development Specialists based in Nairobi who will work closely with the Social Development Analyst, the Program Leader is also expected to provide guidance and mentoring.

Note: If the selected candidate is a current Bank Group staff member with a Regular or Open-Ended appointment, s/he will retain his/her Regular or Open-Ended appointment. All others will be offered a 3 year term appointment.

How to Apply

Submit your CV and Application on Company Website : Click Here

Waumini SACCO Assistant Accountant Jobs for Diploma Holders

Waumini SACCO Assistant Accountant Jobs for Diploma Holders

Waumini is a National Sacco with its head office in Westlands, Nairobi, and branch network with over 25,000 members spread out nationally drawn from over 870 catholic institutions as well as 26 catholic dioceses in Kenya. The position is Nairobi based.

The Sacco is duly registered with SASRA and the Cooperative Societies Act, Laws of Kenya. We are recruiting an:

1.Accounts Assistant(Teller)

Key Requirements

1.CPA Part II or ACCA Level II qualification.

2.At least a Diploma in

Banking/Finance or Co-operative Management from a reputable

institution. (Degree in Finance have an added advantage)

3.At least 2 years’ experience in same level in a financial institution.

4.Those with knowledge in cash management have an added advantage.

5.High degree of integrity.

6.Ability to meet tight deadlines

Main Roles:

1.Receiving all monies for the Sacco in form of cash, standing orders,efts, cheques ,bank slips

2.Cash payments to customers

3.Collection and issuance of Pin Mailers to the customers and reco

nciliation of the same.

4.Reconciliation of MPESA/ Airtel money

5.Process Members’ salaries

6.Process & ensure internal salary standing orders are properly deducted

7.Process and Generate bankers cheques report

8.Any other task as may be assigned by the supervisor

Interested applicants MUST attach a duly filled job application form from our website current

CV giving their day time telephone contact and a cover letter indicating current and expected salary and explaining the suitability for the position on or before 7th

May 2018 to hr@wauminisacco.com

NB: Please include the POSITION TITLE you are applying for in the subject line of your application. Only the shortlisted candidates shall be contacted

KRA Latest Jobs,April 2018

KRA Latest Jobs,April 2018

Kenya Revenue Authority Research & Tax Modeling Job,April 2018

At this level, the incumbent will be charged with the responsibility of research and tax modelling and dissemination of research findings.

Key responsibilities for the Research & Tax Modeling Job:

  • Supervise the preparation and implementation of the research agenda in consultation with stakeholders
  • Supervise the preparation of quarterly revenue review reports
  • Participate in the activities of the macro working group, the East African Revenue Authorities Technical Committee (EARATC) and other stakeholders
  • Supervise the undertaking of revenue forecasts
  • Supervise preparation of revenue risk reports
  • Supervise the analysis of the impact of tax policy and revenue administration measures on revenue targets
  • Supervise the review/update of the KRA tax forecasting model
  • Any other duties assigned by the Manager.

Academic and Professional qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Economics or Statistics from a recognized university.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Statistics or Business related field from a recognized university.
  • Management course.
  • Computer literacy in relevant computer packages such as Microsoft Office, Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), STATA, or other statistical analysis packages Relevant work experience required
  • Three (3) years’ experience at the level of Supervisor. Skills required
  • Knowledge in research and tax modelling.
  • Demonstrate leadership and managerial competences.
  • Understand KRA’s core business.
  • Be customer focused.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Must demonstrate high integrity standards.
  • Must be conversant with the departmental mandate and business information system.
  • Fair understanding of various Revenue Acts.

How to Apply

Qualified candidates interested in any of the positions indicated should complete the Personal History Form (PHF) to be found on the KRA Website. This should be submitted together with a detailed and updated CV in a sealed envelope.

The job reference number should appear on the PHF and the envelope. Envelopes should be addressed to:

Deputy Commissioner – Human Resources Kenya Revenue Authority Times Tower Building, Haile Selassie Avenue P O Box 48240-00100, NAIROBI.

All applications should be deposited in the designated box at Times Tower Building, Ground Floor. Applications must be received strictly on or before 5.00 p.m., Wednesday, 3rd May, 2018.

N.B. Please note that ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to gender and disability mainstreaming. Persons with Disability are encouraged to apply.

Kenya Revenue Authority Surveys & Business Analysis Job

At this level, the incumbent will be charged of Surveys or Business Analysis function. He/she will conduct analysis of survey and business activity data, and prepare reports and policy briefs.

Key responsibilities for the Surveys & Business Analysis Job:

  • Carry out analysis on trends in taxpayer behavior, stakeholders’ perceptions/satisfaction levels, profitability and business activities
  • Scan the macro-economic and business environment for factors that may affect tax revenue collection and prioritize factors for further analysis
  • Supervise sectoral analysis and other economic analysis
  • Coordinate preparation of Quarterly Revenue Reports and other Revenue/Economic performance reports
  • Prepare survey reports, policy briefs and action plans for all the surveys undertaken in the Authority
  • Coordinate the work of external consultants hired to undertake corporate surveys
  • Any other duties assigned by the Manager.

Surveys & Business Analysis Job qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Economics or Statistics from a recognized university.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Economics, Statistics or Business related field from a recognized university.
  • Management course.
  • Computer literacy in relevant computer packages such as Microsoft Office, Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), STATA, or other statistical analysis packages
  • Three (3) years’ experience at the level of Supervisor.

Skills required

  • Hands on Experience in Economic Analysis, Research Techniques, Surveys and Tax Gap Analysis.
  • Demonstrate leadership and managerial competences.
  • Understand KRA’s core business.
  • Be customer focused.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Must demonstrate high integrity standards.
  • Must be conversant with the departmental mandate and business information system.
  • Fair understanding of various Revenue Acts.

How to Apply

Qualified candidates interested in any of the positions indicated should complete the Personal History Form (PHF) to be found on the KRA Website. This should be submitted together with a detailed and updated CV in a sealed envelope.

The job reference number should appear on the PHF and the envelope. Envelopes should be addressed to:

Deputy Commissioner – Human Resources Kenya Revenue Authority Times Tower Building, Haile Selassie Avenue P O Box 48240-00100, NAIROBI.

All applications should be deposited in the designated box at Times Tower Building, Ground Floor. Applications must be received strictly on or before 5.00 p.m., Wednesday, 3rd May, 2018.

N.B. Please note that ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to gender and disability mainstreaming. Persons with Disability are encouraged to apply.

Kenya Revenue Authority Operations & Business Transformation Job

Responsible for providing administrative support, reporting and coordinating quality assurance and business transformation strategies

Key responsibilities for the Operations & Business Transformation Job:

  • Planning including budgets, procurement plans and training plans, monitoring implementation of the plans and maintenance of records.
  • Preparing management reports, organizing functions, and providing administrative and secretarial support.
  • Coordinating quality assurance programmes.
  • Coordinating development and implementation of the departmental transformation agenda.
  • Program and Portfolio Management and oversight for Projects at the departmental Level.
  • Business process management for the department including business process enhancement, business process reengineering and measurement of the performance of business processes.

Operations & Business Transformation Job qualifications

  • Bachelor degree from a recognized university
  • Evidence of training for a cumulative period of not less than one month in the areas of administration, reporting and quality assurance
  • Training in Tax and customs administration will be an added advantage.
  • Membership of relevant professional bodies is an added advantage
  • Four (4) years progressive work experience in administrative support and quality assurance functions, management reporting and project management.
  • Experience is Customs and Tax administration is an added advantage

Skills required

  • Honesty and integrity of character.
  • Good decision making capabilities
  • Good planning, organizational and analytical skills
  • Resilient, focused and results oriented
  • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills
  • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player
  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships

How to Apply

Qualified candidates interested in any of the positions indicated should complete the Personal History Form (PHF) to be found on the KRA Website. This should be submitted together with a detailed and updated CV in a sealed envelope.

The job reference number should appear on the PHF and the envelope. Envelopes should be addressed to:

Deputy Commissioner – Human Resources Kenya Revenue Authority Times Tower Building, Haile Selassie Avenue P O Box 48240-00100, NAIROBI.

All applications should be deposited in the designated box at Times Tower Building, Ground Floor. Applications must be received strictly on or before 5.00 p.m., Wednesday, 3rd May, 2018.

N.B. Please note that ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to gender and disability mainstreaming. Persons with Disability are encouraged to apply.

Kenya Revenue Authority Compliance Manager Job

To manage compliance with policies, standards and strategies that promote ethical conduct within KRA.

Compliance Manager Job Key responsibilities:

  • Coordinating effective compliance programs to ensure adherence by the Authority and staff to the Anti-Corruption framework, policies, and standards.
  • Coordinate Corruption Risk Assessment and Corruption Prevention Planning including stakeholder engagement in corruption prevention.
  • implementation of effective monitoring & evaluation framework for the KRA anti-corruption strategy
  • Coordination of CPCs and IAOs activities.
  • Monitoring compliance with external requirements and stakeholder commitments
  • Overseeing of management and operational reporting.
  • Management of resources in the operational area

Qualifications for the Compliance Manager Job

  • Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university
  • Evidence of cumulative training on not less than two months in the areas of governance, corruption prevention, and management of Ethics programs.
  • Training in Tax and customs administration will be an added advantage.
  • At least five (5) years progressive experience in the areas of governance, corruption prevention, and management of ethics programs, two of which must be at management level

Skills required

  • Honesty and integrity of character.
  • Good decision making capabilities
  • Good planning, organizational and analytical skills
  • Resilient, focused and results oriented
  • Excellent oral and written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills
  • Motivated, dynamic and dedicated team player
  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships

How to Apply

Qualified candidates interested in any of the positions indicated should complete the Personal History Form (PHF) to be found on the KRA Website. This should be submitted together with a detailed and updated CV in a sealed envelope.

The job reference number should appear on the PHF and the envelope. Envelopes should be addressed to:

Deputy Commissioner – Human Resources Kenya Revenue Authority Times Tower Building, Haile Selassie Avenue P O Box 48240-00100, NAIROBI.

All applications should be deposited in the designated box at Times Tower Building, Ground Floor. Applications must be received strictly on or before 5.00 p.m., Wednesday, 3rd May, 2018.

N.B. Please note that ONLY shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to gender and disability mainstreaming. Persons with Disability are encouraged to apply.